We couldn’t be happier with the brand identity and site that Visceral created for us, said Casey O’Brien, Executive Director and Principal Investigator of National CyberWatch Center.
San Diego, CA (PRWEB) June 02, 2015
Visceral was contracted to develop and create a new visual identity and website design for the National CyberWatch Center (NCC). This new identity was applied across publications, marketing materials, event signage and the website http://www.nationalcyberwatch.org.
Building the platform around organizational objectives and targeted messaging, the goal of the site is to provide information on cybersecurity news, promote NCC initiatives and events, as well as offer access to partner information. It is designed to advance NCC’s role in building cybersecurity education and strengthen the nation’s cybersecurity workforce by serving as a tool and resource for the students, educators and government affiliates. Through the content and offerings, the site connects educators and students to NCC’s innovative cybersecurity curriculum, which includes degree programs, professional certificates, and technical courses.
The layout of the web site also highlight’s NCC’s regular webinars and news updates, giving them a platform to contribute to the nation’s cybersecurity dialogue through thought leadership.
“We couldn’t be happier with the brand identity and site that Visceral created for us,” said Casey O’Brien, Executive Director and Principal Investigator of National CyberWatch Center. “The team at Visceral worked hand-in-hand with ours to position NCC as a premier organization for the promotion and advancement of issues in cybersecurity and met every objective we had in mind for this project.”
Visceral continues to work with NCC to evolve the brand through ongoing website and materials enhancements that will feature the organization’s expanded curriculum offerings to support the growth of cyber security education nationally.
Visceral is a San Diego-based creative agency that crafts digital products for the world’s leading causes and socially conscious organizations. It was co-founded by Jay Buys and Matthew Billingsley in 2006, boasting a client list that includes USAID, the David and Lucile Packard Foundation and the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition. Full portfolio can be viewed at http://www.thisisvisceral.com
National CyberWatch Center is a consortium of higher education institutions, businesses and government agencies focused on collaborative efforts to advance cybersecurity education/research and strengthen the national cybersecurity workforce. More information can be found at http://www.nationalcyberwatch.org.